07.07.2012 [Daily Pioneer] - Set in four parts, the book closely examines Khan's activity and Gen PervezMusharraf's efforts to protect the country's nuclear secrets. It must be noted that during Musharraf's tenure as President, when Pakistan received substantial arms and monetary
(born: 11 August 1943) is a retired four-star general and a politician who served as the tenth President of Pakistan from 2001 until 2008. Prior to that, he was the 13th Chief of Army Staff from October 1998 till November 2007, and was also the tenth Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee of Pakistan Armed Forces from 1998 until 2001. Commissioned in the Pakistan Army in 1964, Musharraf rose to national prominence after being appointed to the four-star general in October 1998 by then-Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. Musharraf was the mastermind and strategic field commander behind the highly controversial and internationally condemned Kargil infiltration, which derailed peace negotiations with Pakistan's long standing arch-enemy India. Previously, Musharraf played a vital role in the Afghan civil war, both assisting the peace negotiations and attempting to end the bloodshed in the country. After months of contentious relations with Prime Minister Sharif, Musharraf was brought to power through a military coup d'état in 1999, subsequently placing the Prime minister under a strict house-arrest before moving him to Adiala Jail in Punjab Province.
05.08.2012 [Washington Post] - This is Pakistan's second such goodwill invitation to Singh. He had planned to come several years ago at the request of then-military ruler PervezMusharraf, who embraced a peace process with India in 2004, when Singh assumed office. Under Musharraf
05.08.2012 [The Nation] - The Pakistani leader, who allowed this to happen, General PervezMusharraf, has admitted that the US put a gun to his head and demanded he allow it to use Pakistan's army, air bases, ports, intelligence service, logistics, and air space - or face war.
04.08.2012 [DiePresse.com] - 1999 war das Jahr, in dem Hugo Chávez in Venezuela an die Macht kam – und PervezMusharraf sich per Militärputsch zum Präsidenten Pakistans machte. Jean Claude Juncker war bereits vier Jahre lang Premierminister von Luxemburg, wurde 1999
04.08.2012 [The Express Tribune] - UK-based HUT and its sister outfit al Muhajirun were allowed into Pakistan in the early 2000s under former General (retd) PervezMusharraf's government. Their founder, Umar Bakri, a Syrian Arab preacher, has since been exiled from the UK. Among his
25.07.2012 [CNN (blog)] - Joining the British television presenter in his native land is PervezMusharraf, the man who served as the tenth President of Pakistan for seven years, the final two overlapping with the period during which Osama bin Laden was believed to be in his
15.07.2012 [PakistanToday.com.pk] - He said due to rapid outflow of investment, unemployment was on the rise which was weakening the country's economy. The APML finance secretary said during the PervezMusharraf's government, economy flourished due to foreign investment in the country
25.07.2012 [TVbytheNumbers] - This week, Morgan will interview Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, former Pakistani President PervezMusharraf and American Olympian Michael Phelps, among others. CNN's primary live location in
01.08.2012 [DeWereldMorgen.be] - De internationale politiedienst Interpol weigert een aanhoudingsbevel uit te vaardigen tegen de voormalige Pakistaanse president PervezMusharraf. Pakistan wil de man laten aanhouden vanwege zijn vermeende rol bij de moord op Benazir Bhutto.
02.07.2012 Former Pakistani dictator PervezMusharraf told an audience of American officials and experts that he will return to Pakistan next year to help save the failing Pakistani state, as he compared his 2001 military coup to the ...
12.06.2008 Thousands of lawyers mounted a “Long March” on the Pakistani Parliament yesterday – not only to demand the restoration of judges President PervezMusharraf sacked, but also to call on him to resign. This march, of course, ...